I made 126 entries. it's still not much and continue uploading. I made several mistakes. Uploaded some photos which are not .jpg for mistake and my ratio fall. In the future must be careful for this.Continuing ahead... continue reading
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I have now 64% acceptance ratio.To improve your acceptance ratio you need to look carefuly to the file which you are going to upload.Need good concept to make the buyer impress.To get buyer to your images make sure you are working professional.Everyone is looking for something new and good, so you need to upload only those file which today's people are looking for.Here is my portfolio's link.https://www.dreamstime.com/lungjaky_info continue reading
I know it's a small achievement compared to a lot of others but for a relative beginner, it's another milestone reached and I'm pleased to have got there. It doesn't match the satisfaction of having the first photo accepted but is a lot better than the first photo rejected and it's probably a little below making the first sale but that's something for the future.Six months ago, when I submitted the first photos, I didn't really think about making it to 100 or... continue reading
Hello everyone, its my first blog so excuse me if i ramble.Its Saturday morning here, and i am reading some great blogs about sales and number of uploads, and i start to think i am out of my depth.You see i am only on 45 uploads, no sales and keep letting myself down with silly mistakes on refused files (although i am more brutal with my own selections now).And then i just take a look at my profile, and i smile. Thats mine i created that, WOW. They may not be the best but i see how far... continue reading
I have just got my acceptance percentage up to 80% from a low of 57% the first month or two of uploading to Dreamstime. So for anyone new my tip would be check your images carefully for blemishes and noise as a starting point and be a little selective. Now if I have any doubts about the quality I don't upload it. I'll add a couple of images from my latest uploads. Happy snapping :) continue reading
As someone who is just taking my first tentative steps into the world of stock images, I am of course wondering what sort of images are most likely to be accepted.I would prefer to not waste my time on images that have no chance of being accepted due to the choice of subject.What sort of images do appeal to microstock sites like dreamstime.com?I started out by looking at the FAQ section of the site, but didn’t find the explanation offered there... continue reading
Hi everyone,I'm a new stock photography contributor and would like to reach out to other contributors, designers and users of stock photography. I enjoy traveling and photographing as I go. I never really had any idea that I could make money on my photos. It's exciting to think I could sell and I have read as much as I can to learn more about stock.My current goal is to upload my photos but also to keep learning as I go. I now have about 100 photos in Dreamstime and I hope to contribute more.... continue reading
A bit slow right now but thanks to phenomenal sales recently I have now past 1500 sales! Thats worth celebrating! :-) Also, just a few days ago I past the 2500 uploads mark. A milestone i believed where very far away when i joined DT. Also, yesterday i launched my tenth managed Collection – Functionalism In Architecture. The managed collections may be a great way to present interresting topics where you are represented.A little tip for those of you who are new or relatively new... continue reading
This week I reached a total of 500 uploads. I am extremely proud of that. As an amateur photographer it is very rewarding to meet the high quality criteria of a professional organization like Dreamstime. It is rewarding to get your pictures accepted and even more rewarding to sell them.By reading and practicing a lot, by participating in the Dreamstime community, and by trying to match my own ambitions and the preferences of the buyers, I have learned a lot. In the first year my acceptance rate... continue reading
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